Centenary Alumni Referral Program

Alumni Referral Program -- refer a student today

Do you know a student who would be a good match for Centenary College? If so, please participate in our Alumni Referral Program. Alumni referrals are a great source of qualified applicants because of your unique understanding of the type of student who would thrive here. We truly value and are very grateful for referrals.

If you know someone who might be interested in Centenary, participating is as easy as completing our quick online form.

What else can you do to help spread the word about our program?

  • Share your own experience with potential Centenary students.
  • Direct them to our website.
  • Encourage them to attend an information session or special event.

About the Program

What happens when the Office of Admissions receives my referral?

We enter the student's name, address and high school graduation year into our database. The student will receive admission materials appropriate for his or her high school graduation year and an application fee waiver.

Does the student have to apply for admission to Centenary College?

We hope that the student will want to apply for admission to Centenary College after learning about our programs and campus life; however, they do not have to apply for admission.

Who should I refer to Centenary College?

You should refer high school students who are considering post-secondary education and for whom we may be a good "fit."

Does the student have to be a member of my family?

Alumni Legacy Program

We hope you would refer students in your family but you are not limited to family members. Send us the names of family friends, neighbors, etc. Learn more about Building a Legacy, Centenary’s Alumni Legacy Program.

Does the student have to be interested in Centenary College?

No. The student may not even be familiar with Centenary College. By sending us the student's name, you are giving the Office of Admissions the opportunity to introduce Centenary to the student.

Does the student have to be a senior in high school?

No. In fact, we know students are beginning the college search process earlier in their high school career. You can send in the names of students who are in the first year of high school all the way through the fall of the senior year of high school.

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